I read this article today in Human Life Review. Sorry the articles in this publication are not available online, as it is a subscribe-only journal.
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Image of Our Lady of Kibeho, Mother of the WordWhen Mary AsksIt sometimes happens that a soul will sense that Our Lady is asking for the offering of a particular prayer, such as five decades of the rosary. This inspiration will come unsolicited; the soul experiences it like a gentle, but insistent, request
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Disposition – Navigating the Interior Life Spiritual DictionaryPosted Saturday, July 28th, 2012 at 2:21 pm under Dictionary of Spiritual Terms, FeaturedTags:Disposition, Navigating the Interior Life, Spiritual DictionaryDISPOSITION: A quality or condition of a person necessary for the performance of some action.
From the Toronto SunThis weekend marks the fourth anniversary of the beginning of World Youth Day 2002 activities here in Toronto.Today I would like to look back at one aspect of World Youth Day 2002 that touched so many people across Canada during the 14 months prior to the event.At the heart of every World Youth Day is a very simple, powerful, ancient Christian symbol: Two large planks of wood, known as the World Youth Day Cross, that a few journalists have called the “Olympic Torch” of the huge Catholic Festival that we were blessed to have in Canada.The World Youth Day 2002 Cross Pilgrimage throughout Canada continues to stir many hearts and evoke wonderful memories five years after it began on April 11, 2001.
There’s a lot of pine-beetle damage and strategic burning. Tragic for the trees, but happy for the morels and herbs that spring up in these burnt-out places.Miwa with her eagle-eye finding morel mushrooms for supper As I sort through all the precious memories and pictures from our trip, I keep going back to Valemount B.C
How John Paul II was close to me in WYD 2002In 2002, I was 16 years old and had just finished grade 10.
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Secular Franciscan Order St. Angela Merici Fraternity Oshawa: The Good News- Newsletter for July The Good News- Newsletter for July The July Good Newsletter for the Ontario Secular Franciscan Region is available at this link.Click here for the newsletter Posted by franciscanusanglicanus at 10:46 AM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to Facebook Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
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Where the Rubber Hits the Road: How Pope Pius X helped save the modern Olympics How Pope Pius X helped save the modern Olympics The Dawn Patrol Posted by Fr. Tim Moyle at 1:50 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to Facebook Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)About Fr
We beg You, O Almighty and Eternal God our Father, who through Jesus Christ reveals Your glory to all nations, all people, preserve the works of Your mercy; grant that Your Church, spread throughout the world, continues with unchanging faith to proclaim Your Name, Abba, and to preach the Gospel of Life. We pray You O Merciful Father of might, wisdom, justice, from Whom all authority on earth originates, that all those with governing authority govern rightly, administer and defend Your laws, judge according to Your mercy, defend life from conception to natural death, defend and protect the sacredness of marriage and family life, never over burden citizens with excessive taxes or laws which abridge authentic freedom, and that they care for the poor and the vulnerable
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I loathe TV commercials. But last night, during the short amount of my life which I will never have back, I thought the commercials were better than the Olympic Games’ Opening Ceremony.I tuned in the first time while they were dancing around hospital beds in honor of the National Health Service
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Blessed Mattia Nazarei was born on March 1, 1253 in Matelica, a charming small town of region Marche. In the same year, on August 11, Saint Clare died in Assisi, just few kilometres from Matelica
Martryred at the concentration camp of Dzialdowo, Poland on July 25, 1941. She was born at Warsaw in 1902
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It is always strange to me when people ask my permission to attend Mass. This sometimes happens when non-Catholics are impressed by a Requiem Mass, a Baptism or a Wedding (we should always remember that these are occasions of evangelisation.) It also happens when Catholics wonder if they are “allowed” to come to Mass – probably because they have read in some liberal paper somewhere that the Church has “excluded” them.Brandon Vogt, on his excellent blog has a striking parish bulletin announcement which I rather like (though I would not want it to be accompanied by the dreadful “All Are Welcome” hymn): “We extend a special welcome to those who are single, married, divorced, gay, filthy rich, dirt poor, yo no habla Ingles.
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